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SENIOR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS. - All members of the Senior Class whose last names begin with the letters A-C, inclusive, will please sit for their pictures this week. If there are any who can not sit during this time, they will make some other arrangement with a member of the committee. Members whose names are not included in the above list are requested not to wait for appointments to be made for them, but to sit as soon as convenient.


FRESHMAN NINE. - All candidates must be in the cage dressed for practice at 4.10, sharp. Anyone who finds it necessary to be absent from practice must let me know at 31 Thayer, before 1.


F. WINSOR.H. A. A. - Entries for first winter meeting may be made with secretary at 19 Holworthy from 12-1 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Entries close Saturday.



Sec. H. A. A.H. A. A. - All those who have not yet joined may do so at Thurston's or with the Secretary at 19 Holworthy. Secretary's hours 12-1 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.



Sec. H. A. A.HARVARD BANJO CLUB. - Rehearsal tonight at 6.30.

F. E. LOWELL.'93 CREW. - Be in the tank at 2.30 sharp.

GEORGE. E. BURGESS.PIERIAN SODALITY. - Rehearsal Tuesday, March 7th, 1893. New music.

A. S. HYDE, Leader.FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB. - Rehearsal tonight at 6.30. Important.

S. V. MANN Jr. Sec.HARVARD MANDOLIN CLUB. - Rehearsal tonight at 6.30.

B. WELLS.H. P. C. - Choruses at 4.30 and 7 sharp. All men must come.

UNIVERSITY CREW COLLECTORS. - Meeting at 22 Beck Hall, Friday evening, 7.15. Very important.

J. H. MORGAN.So many men have signified their intention of joining the new voluntary course in literature that meetings will be held in Sever 11 till further notice.

Mr. Donald Churchill will read Hotspur today, Mr. B. A. Whittemore, Worcester and Mr. Cosby, Northumberland in "the Mortimer Scene from Henry IV." Mr. Copeland will speak on "Shakespeare, Fin de Siecle" and read two scenes from "Hamlet;" there will be other readings.

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